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a small fire into a really big fire without much help. inhalation hazards, don't breathe it. okay. the rest it self explanatory. there is nfpa 704 diamonds, you don't need to know that blue, health. :number 4 it will wreck your health fast. 0 means no problem. red, same. 4 means it's a fire hazard and poof, catch on fire like that. this is it may detonate. this is the dns hacienda. there is a health hazard but we are clueing into number 4. there is flammable stuff in there when frank and i show up we put on our thinking caps. >> do you think putting this great label on the front door is a good idea? glass front door? may be not. what happens when you leave you leave the door open or when we show up, we break the door down. somewhere to the side is better. hazardous material and how they get into us. you breathe them. you can eat them or get them on you. okay. or they can be injected into you. like if you have hazardous material at the grand autoand you slip and you get stuck. it's in you and on you. stay out of that place. here's a look of hazardous spills. the can tainer is bubl
waste other than endanger. i don't want envy daughter to be exposed to that or i taped mayor ed lee's speech at the recent off ramp the library and i was so expressed we want to make the bayview a better place. if that's a homeless warehouse the way to go about it making this neighborhood a better neighborhood i don't think so. i would like you to remove the address and location from this grant proposal and table this decision until the community has the chance to have more input. we don't need more homeless beds in the bayview >> thank you. next speaker, please. >> hi, i'm samantha i'm nervous i've never done this before. i used to be homeless for about a year and the only reason i was able to not become homeless was because of the program affordable housing. and i don't see that here. i think that there. >> need for more homeless shelters it's not in the bayview but it needs to be open for discussion as to whereabouts in the city and there's got to be more programs on the homeless for them. so that's all i have to is. thank you >> thank you. next speaker, please. >> supervisor
this evening. thank god. he have getting on my nerve. his latest comedy album is called don't force it. sitting right next to me he's hideous. he's horrible. he makes me want to vomit. >> a block. >> should we balk at dirty talk. a texas court has ruled it's okay to have sexual online conversations with minors. i don't mean people who work with coal. i mean kids, which brings us to a new segment. >> victory for perverts. >> any way. citing the first amendment the texas court of criminal appeals struck down a law that lawed sexually explicit communications between a judge and a minor. judge kathy cochran wrote the law was was too broad. she cited "50 shades of grey" and sha ed shakespeare. pervert will be free to cowoman bombard or children. how do the perverts feel? here is tape from outside the courthouse. it's amazing. i had no idea. there's 40 to 50 million perverts that are rejoying. tom, good to see you as usual. >> good to be back. >> it's great day for perverts, ie, you. >> at first i thought this judge was off her rocker. i thought this is a victory for perverts. she made a good point.
was sitting in a chair and save and secure i'm off the streets. i was mugged across the street i don't have an id. that wasn't in the jen's street or the bayview. i had my wallet taken i was sitting in the park but i want to say to you all. don't make the mistake because you're going to answer to god for this because mother brown's place all ear people and her personnel p there is honorable and nice people. they don't care what color you are they don't care about your background. i'm asking to make the right decision and god will bless i >> thank you. next speaker, please. >> good afternoon. i'm steven henry. i was borden and raised in san francisco in the bayview district. i'm in support of the beds for a house do you say that? a numerous amount of reasons. one they support people and give them resources and help. two it's a nice location the lady was talking about all the crime did nobody mention it's right down the street from the police department. they have a clinic when was right up the street a couple of other treatment centers and a like the man said it's to save them money. 3
couple of folks outside smoking but we don't allow folks whether their sheltered or non-sheltered resident to loiter and congrats outside there's gary and polk street >> both of those two shelters have 3 hundred or 4 hundred people. >> i think there are 480 and a 380. >> so the star community home that's run by catholic community is smaller but it helps people to hopefully get back on their feet in an area that's normal listing for mothers and children but it's not good to chairs people far away. you try the best you can too make sure that the businesses and neighbors around is it are not obeying being negatively impacted >> that's true. >> okay. colleagues any questions. >> any other presentation? i have one but we can if there's niagara nothing to add move to public comment. >> i have a number of speaker cards i'll call them 5 at that time. everyone will have 2 minutes to speak (calling names) >> thank you supervisors. for having this hearing. public comment and some of the things that supervisor cowen said. number one i was the one that went to trent because o
around the ear. it's not the tenderloin. we're building a shelter where we don't need it we don't see the homeless on the streets like in other neighborhood. our neighborhoods don't building there's a 2 hundred and 50 percent homeless increase which is pruptd. it looks like we're moving homeless out down into bayview. it's the further corner of the city in an area that's not good to house people. it's a warehouse surrounded by businesses using chemicals and tractors and it's not safe. under any circumstances it's not going to rehabilitate people. so, you know, please keep that in mind. i think you'll see this is not an area where this is going to make sense. we ask you not accept the loan or look at the location where it's predetermined. you may be able to accept this money but not a specific location >> thank you. next speaker, please. >> my name is al can and i'm an 8 year resident. there's no reason to building that bayview nodes more homeless beds and number two we ask the budget committee strip the name from the resolution. number 3 we request that the resolution be table
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'm asking, will it impact holiday sales? yes or no? >> no. i don't think so. >> that's all i need to know. dagen? >> yes. >> jeez, what is up with you guys? it's like mutiny. go ahead. >> we had the run of the place when he was in charge. that's why. >> well, because it who are being dropped, have to buy different insurance at higher prices. even if they aren't writing the check right now or right before christmas, they are going to look ahead and say, hey, i have to pull back. i have to adjust. i'm paying x amount more every month for my health insurarance. i will cut back now. >> we need a behavioral psychologist here. >> all right. adam, what do you think? >> well, i think that charlie -- i hate agreeing with him. but there are bigger factors at play as to whether or not it will be a good or a bad holiday shopping season. far and away the most important factor is how the economy is doing. the botched health care law implementation -- and by the way, neil, he's got you there. you get an e for effort there. but you want to blame everything on obama care. and it could be terrible. and --
to provide 50-400 people? >> of the resources we have currently, no we do not. i don't know if all the individuals would take housing if it were offered, right now at our stabilization beds we have 240. there may be 5 vacant at this point. of our shelters they are 97 percent full. of the emergency resources we have, we are opening our winter shelter program opening the week before thanksgiving. that will be approximately 100 beds. those beds don't turnover very much. >> my fear is because parks and recreation is kicking them out of golden gate, they are going to wind up on the streets. >> we went through a listing with individuals who have been very impacted in a negative way in the park. they identified 30 individuals and 10 of those individuals are continuing to conduct damage. my interest in involvement is going to be to pursue this with the district attorneys office. the district attorney has a program where they track things and along the lines of the questioning this morning, i think we need to understand that if people are being cited for damaging and there are consistent pr
about the fact this is an epidemic or portion. that's the thing we don't focus on. we focus on the alcoholics are the drunk driver. we don't look at the common person's behavior. for women, it's only nine drinks a week in terms of low restricting guidelines. that's not a lot and never more than one or two occasions. taking nights off from drinking and a lot of people would find that something that couldn't manage. >> host: what about young girls. do they fall in the same range as that? i know we look at the age different is in young women and say women our age. you know, finding the difficulty. are there differences amongst the age of women in general? guest of the young generation of women has been targeted by the alcohol industry. in the mid-1990s, we saw the invention of both sleep.cut in fees prepackaged drinks that are basically starter drinks, cocktails with training wheels on a transitional drinks that people into drinking. move them away from you because that women usually don't like the taste of. what happens is they mature into vodka drinkers. so on campuses, you'v
environment he don't know how many immigrants he's got working at emphasis place and other people raise a piece of paper and he's never been homeless i have been. i ask youenter to have a heart and compassion. i worked here when someone in westbrook gave me a chance. person helped me. i was homeless for 20 years a drug addict. then i listen to those people talk about move it to a different location. i ask that you united council mother brown and sit down and look at it what we do. we've got love people who have fallen off and gotten back up. hold our heads down each day. i ask the board just give us a chance on the biggest thing. let us show you guys we're productive >> thank you. next speaker, please. >> hi, my name is larry williams. politics, i don't know which about but i know we need those beds in bayview. we just need the beds. thank you >> thank you. next speaker, please. >> well, i get to speak on his time? i'm here to support the beds for bayview. i've seen in my line of work how those simple extensions of offering a person a place to sleep can change the dynamics of that
advice. that's it for today's house call. >> and don't forget you can follow both of the doctors on facebook and twitter. send them questions that we should use in our should i worry segment. i'm jami colby. media buzz with howie kurtz, right now. take care. >>> on the buzz meter this sunday, a president who's disengaged from the business of governing. a president who didn't tell the truth about keeping your health plan. that indictment covering not just some conservative critics but from the mainstream media. is this a turning point for the coverage of barack obama and an indelible image he won't be able to erase or just a rough patch for the administration? >>> plus, a conversation with barbara walters about "the view." why she's saying away from political stories. >> "the view" is a daytime show. a lot of on people do threat their news from "the view," but it's supposed to be entertaining, upbeat. i didn't think the shutdown was either entertaining or upbeat. >> and why she insists she'll finally hang it up. >>> plus, jon stewart makes fun of me for suggesting his mockery of o
and however even though the members of the public gave the significant input at the last meeting i don't think that was even considered let alone included and i myself in writing and orally, gave such suggestions and after review of the annual report and i feel that you have confused the activist with the accomplishment and and the report is filled without any incomes without anything that i can find, it says that the commission is pledged to a high account of accountability. city lie breanne was found guilty by the ftpc by failing to report the gifts that he received in multiple years with no belief that this body would take any action, the speaker took the matter to a state agency. after multiple training called the multiple sunshine declarations and trainings in ethics rules and statements all under the penalty of perjury and that he took those trainings and then proceeded the year after year file annual statements with the fdpc form 700, and that all said that he got nothing. and he did those under penalty of perjury, now. his amended filings showed that thousands of dollars of such gifts
stewart makes fun of me for suggesting his mockery of obama care actually matters. >> don't act like us making jokes about a certain program or president is evidence that that politician or issue has reached some kind of tipping point for action. >> nice try, john. why he's trying to have it both ways. i'm howard kurtz and this is "media buzz." if you had to crystallize the emerging media narrative about president obama to reduce it to its essence, it would be this opening montage from the oh lily factor. >> i don't k >> i s -- >> i don't know. >> i am not sure. closely. i didn't even know. he's indicated he was not aware. certainly i was not. >> but this is not just the president getting eviscerated on fox news. "the wall street journal" reporting that according to an unnamed senior u.s. official, obama didn't know his own nsa was spying on angela merkel and other american allies. >> the white house says the president did not know merkel's phone was targeted. >> is it conceivable? is it believable that the president would not know about surveillance of a head of state of a close americ
of the free world. it has a great role to play. i don't think it has been playing that role in the '50s, and therefore, i think the democratic party has an historic function in the 1960 election. >> don't you think that the republicans are sure to run on peace and prosperity, and since we are at peace and the nation is prosperous, can they be beaten on those issues? >> yes, i think they can be beaten. i think really the problem of the democratic party is to attempt to bring home to the people the kind of problems that we are going to face in the 1960s, also to bring home to the american people that we haven't really faced these problems in the 1950s. when mr. eisenhower leaves office in 1960, we are going to be faced, the next incumbent, with overwhelming problems. we are going to be faced with a missile gap, which will make the difficulties of negotiating with the soviet union and the chinese in the '60s extremely difficult. when mr. coolidge left the white house in 1928, he was hailed. he was an extremely popular chief executive. i don't think he was popular in 1930. >> mr. reston. >>
. it was voted on and tabled. >> i'm not changing it. i don't want to take it off. i'm just asking the council do we go on? >> i want to ask a question, something that is tabled, does that mean we don't go forward? >> if i can provide a little clarification, at the last meeting there was a vote taken to not hear the item at the last meeting. that has only been upheld for the last meeting. there is nothing to prevent you from having an election at this meeting based upon that vote. >> councilmembers can i hear from you, please? >> according to the bylaws, we are supposed to have elections to have two cochairs. so whether the motion to table it but we do need to have an election today because we have not had two cochairs to serve on the council. whether we vote on it today, that's a decision of the council so that's where i stand right now on it. thank you. >> denise? >> thank you, we did discuss this at great length at our last meeting and we did hash out some details and we agreed it's best to have cochairs so the responsibility doesn't fall on 1 person. according to our bylaws it is time to have
, you know what, we don't want to deal with health reform. we don't want to get paid by health reform. >> mike, while these private doctors are doing great work on the internet, think of this. what the health care exchanges are doing. they have to register 39,000 people a day in order to reach their deadline, their march 1st deadline of 7 million. 39,000 a day. if they can't handal couple hundred a day at most, how can they handle 39,000 a day? >> david, my beef with this whole obama care versus the private sector has nothing to do with the computer glitches. it has to do with the fact that when you look at procedures that are handled by the private sector because they're not covered by insurance like lasik eye surgery, dental implants, the quality of the procedures have improved dramatically over the last two decades and the costs have fallen dramatically because they're not incumbered by the regular laces in free insurance. >> the mess in the system p obama care is they may sour the public on anything on the internet, even things working in the private sector. >> david, i think that
's be honest. we eavesdrop, too. everyone is listening to everyone else. he went on to add, "we don't have the same means as the united states which makes us jealous." america spends tens of billions of dollars on intelligence collection. it's hard to get data to make good comparisons but it is safe to assume that washington's intelligence budget dwarfs that of other countries just as it does with defense spending. it is particularly strange that this rift should develop between the united states and its closest allies in europe. it was predictable and in fact in a sense predicted. in 2002, the british diplomat robert cooper wrote an essay in which he argued that europe was a post-modern international system in which force was no longer a serious option. instead, economic interdependence and cooperation were the governing ideas of state craft. and certainly when one looks at the european union, it does describe its reality. the prospect of war between france and germany which had gone to war three times between 1870 and 1950 seems utterly impossible. but outside of europe, the world is not
with that or not. but i don't see how he does not know that. neil: that is what worries me the most. because if you take that at face value, it means that there's a government going on with freewheeling spies doing their thing, oblivious to or in contempt of, you know, the president of the united states and that is a little unsettling. >> harry truman needs to have the famous plaque on his track that the buck stops here. certainly not with the president who seems never to know about anything. but looking at kathleen sebelius, she still has a job after this big bungle. the bosses away and the cats are going to play. >> the president might be perfectly innocent in his own right, but the staff is running roughshod on him and not only on him by the constitution. >> there's a question as to how engaged the a's. an article about how he likes to invite columnists over to the white house to discuss their columns and viewpoints and sometimes this goes on for 2.5 hours and not sound like a lot of fun. i think i would like to do that and that is not governing. that's not the president of the united states sho
for good tv last night. all right, don, good to see you, have a great week, but, first, a good evening. much more in the newsroom straight ahead with don. >> all right, have a good one. thank you. >> hello, everyone. sunday evening, 5 kr:00 here ine east. kbrizly new details are emerging right now. the shooter fired at point-blank range at tsa officer gerard gerardo hernandaz who crumpled to the floor. the suspect came back and shot him again killing him. the f.b.i. says five people were shot, including the suspected gunman who is in critical condition at a hopt right now. two other tsa officers were wounded and treated in hospitals and released. 29-year-old high school teach erp is in fair condition. he was shot in the leg. >>> gosh, stephanie. this story is just horrible. you just spok with a passenger who witnessed the shooting, what did the passenger say? >> this man came back to pick up his luggage. the ones that they had abandoned his whole family to run. this what he said he saw. >> we heard gunshots and everybody in security hit the ground. a lot were there, also. there was a p
analysis and extra and don't forget instagram and if you missed any part of today's show, sear go to itunes and search state of the union. >> this is "gps." welcome to all of you in the united states and around the world. we have great show for you today. we'll start with nsa spying and uproar it caused in europe especially. germany's former defense minister will explain what is going on there. and then the former nsa director will help us understand what america's spies are really doing around the world and michael bloomberg called the mayor of the world. with the election of his successor on hand, what lessons does bloomberg have to share with us? one of them, cities need rich people. he'll explain. and the latest weapon against bad guys. it's not a new fangled drone or bunker buster bomb. it's simply brittany. i'll explain. revelations about the national security agency and spying on foreign allied leaders has been embarrassing for the obama administration at a time when it hardly needs more bad news. is it more than an embarrassment? should it raise alarms abroad and at home?
in this country. i don't think that people realized the last three credit card reports we got, people have used their cards -- the debt went down three months in a row. $14 billion. there's no confidence in this economy. no confidence in the direction of this country. and it's reflective. and this could be the final nail in that coffin. >> i don't know how you draw the correlation between this and a slowdown in holiday sales right now. >> well, let me -- >> i can do it. >> let me tell you, you arrogant good for nothing. [ laughter ] >> you're paying more for premiums, you will have to pay less -- peopleon't have your kind of money. >> but the haters like you are saying -- >> i am not a hater. i am telling you -- do you think it will affect holiday sales? yes or no? >> mr. neil, you are speaking out of both ends of your mouth, and here's why. on one hand you're saying that the plan isn't going to work. >> no. all i'm asking, will it impact holiday sales? yes or no? >> no. i don't think so. >> that's all i need to know. dagen? >> yes. >> jeez, what is up with you guys? it's like mutiny. go ahead.
improvements to the drop in shelter >> what are those improvements. >> i don't know. i guess bathroom upgrades and a door. >> so it seems like. >> i'm. >> there's not a lot of uncertainty. >> i have a colleague here to answer but we have an external door for folks. and how do you plan to pay for the total costs of this shelter i mean, the 978 is for the build out >> sure it's been in the budget was it introduced this year? or last year? >> this year. >> yeah, it's our currency your current 13, fourteen budget. >> t is this allocation for the next 2 years or 10 years. >> the board can't bloating this. >> thank you, supervisor cowen as a director stated this funding is allocated in the 13, fourteen budget it's precipitate $500,000. and we will need to - if the shelter does open we'll need to allocate those additionally fund or same fund in fiscal year fourteen, 15 and have you identified any particular funding to pay for this >> the general fund is proposed to pay for this. >> do you have any idea what it costs on an annual basis for the beds. >> it's about $500,000. >> fo
at those issues. >> sanitation is another issue and something people don't usually or like to think about it but it's the reality. very likely that without water you can't flush and the sewer system can be impeded or affected during an earthquake. you need to think about sanitation. the options are simple. we recommend a set up if you are able to stay in your building or house to make sure that you have heavy duty trash bags available. you can set this up within your existing toilet bowl and once it's used. you take a little bit of our bleach. we talked about it earlier from the water. you seal the bag completely. you make sure you mark the bag as human waste and set it aside and wait for instruction about how to dispose of it. be very aware of cleanliness and make sure you have wipes so folks are able to wash up when dealing with the sanitation issue. >> thank you so much, >> the regular meeting of the san francisco ethics commission is called to order. >> king? >> here. >> andrews. >> here and commissioner hur said that he will be here, seeing that we have a quorum we will start and he
don't fix the immigration issues then the other pavrts parts of the world like brazil and china and venture capita lifts have activity invest in other countries >> if it does happen have you seen the banner - we'll just get real sad. >> mayor lee. i think the recovery will not be fully for everybody. you'll have thirty to 50 thousand people in our city alone maybe 2 and a half million that don't talk about their health and they have to create things underground and that effects health safety and fiscal safety in our neighborhoods because people have to hide. this has been building up thaits it's not that it just happened. we need to do something about immigration reform it can change the circumstances to bring a lot more people out into the light to have full prarngs in our economy >> the president has said it allowed and clear he believed that our immigration system is broken. he has laid obvious his ideas. he believes we need a strong bored and it's a priority for his administration a fair path to censorship[p to the millions of people who are contributing to our country an
he didn't know anything about it. any of it. >> it is not manage i have followed closely. but we don't know. i am not familiar. he indicated he was not aware of what was happening in fast and furious. certainly i was not. >> i mean, i don't know. there was a lot development of the website. i don't know. >> nobody understood what was taking place. >> we don't have independent knowledge. he found in the nows report. >> i first learned about it in the same news reports that most people learn body this. >> it is it good things that a newspaper gets delivered to the white house or otherwise president obama wouldn't have a clue about fast and furious and benghazi and criminal activities of the irs, the justice department, trampling over the first amendment rights of the associated press and fox's news james rosen and disastrous obama care website and no so affordable health care act americans have lost health care. the president had no idea death benefits would be denied and he was completely unaware that the nsa was illegally spying on american citizens and tapping phone calls of leaders
think for one minute you would keep your job? i don't know about you but anyone who worked for me would be afraid to even show up at work. but not in washington. not with the obama administration. it's a badge of honor to simply say, i take responsibility. no consequences. no sanctions. and more often than not, a promotion. this week as i sat in that washington hearing room listening to secretary sebelius who ironically is from kansas, i literally thought i was in the land of oz. democrats were actually congratulating her on a job well done. thanks her for the millions of americans who owe her more than anyone else a debt of gratitude for their health care. really? i know the scarecrow didn't have a brain but there was only one sca scarecrow on oz. what planet was on? did they miss the yellow brick road as they were high fiving each other? i didn't see any red heels. clicking under that table that would magically turn on the website so that millions could actually get the health care that they were congratulating sebelius about. but apparently their yellow brick road can only hold six p
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to the fact that people cannot get information. >> i don't believe that his for a minute. let me defend a journalism. i know the good old days were so good. with the reversal of glass-steagall or also was cited by a clinton futures that was the derivatives market they all happened in the ladies the media did not cover it in any way "the new york times" or the "l.a. times" the "washington post" was a church leaders of the regulation was lousy war after another the basically collapsed upon i of the guinier times "l.a. times" are "washington post" where reporting on weapons of mass destruction and see you could court -- clarify the old days of journalism had mccarthyism, segregation, we had lots of problems. it is true that old model of journalism that had some valuable thing is in its sending reporters around the world to cover the dues to pay a journalist is not something i appreciate we have laws that model the region have positive things in their place and as long as the internet is not shut down one reason i am concerned about privacy is i want people to trust online communication or
. are these people be asked to buy the policy and things they don't need? >> the reason they are being cancelled they are not adequate to the new rules of the law, and the thing that is not adequate is they don't cover everything they need to be covered and the policies may not have prescription drug coverage or doctor visits, and the new policies that are being sold have to offer that stuff. >> they offer protections on not being covered for preconditions. >> yeah. >> when you hear these stories like men being asked to buy maternity coverage, for example, it's a great headline. >> right. >> can you talk about the idea of individual versus group insurance with risks? >> the whole idea of insurance is that you pool the risk of all kind of health care you need, from maternity to hospice care, and that's what medicare and medicaid does and group insurance and the only group that has not had that is people in the individual market, and this gives them the same comprehensive coverage everybody else has. >> if you didn't do that, then women when they become pregnant would suddenly have to pay more, an
. but we don't have anything for being able used for single adults on the street. it would add 247 beds so people wouldn't have to leave in the morning. it's next to a resource drop in center right next door that offers meals, some case management and life skills training and cooperation with other services in the city. it's a nice nexus for daytime services. process wise what we intend to do is provide a bed everything lines up we would secure through a competitive procurement service. we have them fund the prevail fund currently its around $500,000 and we'll ged god and precede. since supervisor cowen mentioned there is no public process prior to h s submitting the process and i explained that. however, in 2013 there's been several community meeting in the office of hope the director has facilitated them. on the south east community commission meeting one was in march 5th in the bayview police department. the mayor met with a bunch of business folks before introducing this resolution. so there has been some dialog. supervisor as you know in discussion with our aids. so should this pass t
. >> the insurance company -- >> they tricked people into the exchanges. >> the insurance companies don't like the individual market as it's constructed. that individual market is going away. they don't want to invest in it. the insurance companies are making that choice, not the president. >> gentleman. this raises a bigger question. who gets to decide. you said well, we improved the policies, right? who gets to decide what's a good policy or not? our college john roberts did a story about a woman named betsy who is losing her insurance. let's look at that. >> i was very happy with my plan and then i got a letter saying i would have to pick a new one. >> her premiums would have to go up to $450 to $871. >> the deductible with that plan is $12700. i can't afford a deductible of $12700. >> why does betsy need you or president obama telling her what insurance she needs. >> two reasons, if she goes in and that insurance doesn't cover enough, which is typically what happens, and she gets sick, typically we who are insured pay the difference. just as we have safety standards for cars, you can't buy
all of these technological assets and human assets, we're not there, we don't know, and i think there is a lot of room for error. >> you can see robert greenwald's film in its entirety at the website unmanned.warcosts.com. i urge you to watch it with a companion because you will want to talk about the questions it raises concerning national security, drones, and the nature of war. then i'd like to know what you think. remember that in the excerpt we showed earlier the former drone operator says, "this is what we do, we kill people and break things, this is what our job is." it's true. once we insist on war as a solution, this is always the outcome. there is no way to avoid killing the innocent when you've determined to destroy your enemy. our own government has fought our wars by dropping atomic bombs on whole cities. by firebombing. carpet-bombing. by spreading the poison of agent orange over the homes and farms of noncombatants. by splashing burning napalm on children. in this war on terror, we're told either we put boots on the ground and see our own young men and women kille
. here is vicky nguyen. >> they don't want you to ask questions, they want you to do what they say. >> reporter: he worked at sam tram from 2001 to 2012. >> it's on the worker bees, the grunts who know what's going on. in this case, my scenario, i know what's going on. >> reporter: his duties include caltrains financial statements. he was asked to make changes that were illegal. it was to inflate the expenses to ask for more money. >> we had to increase expenses where there were no expenses. >> reporter: the finance manager asked him to record made-up expenses for services they never received. >> it's hard to believe. >>itis hard to believe, but it's done. it happened. >> reporter: from san francisco to gilroy, the trains, buses provide more than 100,000 ride as day. >> people plan on public transportation. >> reporter: they announced a crisis. $30 million deficit. >> every year, we scramble to come up with funds. >> every year, they raise fares and freeze salaries. he would be asked to move money around. initially, you went alon with it, why? >> it was a sad story. the caltrain is
in bayview-hunters point less than two years? and we're talking about a big agency. the salvation army don't need no money from a pilot program. we have concerns about the puc and what do you define as a "pilot art program?" we have some successful young people who have come out of the bayview hunter art gallery and choreographers with stevie wonder and you met the young man who was in the x factor, mr. george david stern and david stern took him to las vegas and the young man is doing good. we don't get any support. the last person called somebody to sit me down -- the last person that should have got some funding to allocate some funding was the art commission. they have never funded any art groups in hunters point. never. what is the problem? thank you very much . >> more communications item no. 5 any comments? mr. decosta, you requested to be on item 5. >> i received a letter linked to the comments last time -- maybe during public comment. i don't recall. so i have stated many times that both dr. espinola jackson and myself represent the first people. so right by sunol, pleasa
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-cal eligibility. what we don't want to happen is people thinking they can wait and they have now missed the window to apply for "covered california". this is an amazing benefit that san francisco wants to see everyone eligible enrolled in a health coverage product. ready the idea is to come in and get enrolled. that's the main message here. how to enroll, that goes right into next thing about this concept of no wrongdoer. there is various ways. if you are online, you can do it on a website and there is numbers to call and as well as mail in applications. i listed up here. i won't read them all out but the various different options. if you want to go to the website, it's the california covered website. it's https: //apply .covered.ca.com. if you want to call, it's the san francisco sf number. https: //apply.covered.ca.com. there it goes >> great. if you would like to call there is two options. either the "covered california" call center or the local san francisco sf benefits net call center number. for "covered california" the hours of operation is monday through friday 8:00 a.m.-8:00 p.m. as well
of the things i've learned from being an administrator i does not - my values would be we don't spend more than what we have and if we don't have enough there's two things you can do you can cut things or look for more revenues. for me, i would be taking the same approach how to generate more revenues for the services the city needs. and if we need to cut we don't have the revenues where do we cut. those are some basic things i believe we need to protect the safety net forepeople that are the most vulnerable and education issues would be very high on my priority particularly childcare. the services for zero to 5. it's a benefit for not only the young but also for the working parents >> you mentioned varies needs for people that are vulnerable in the city what do you think about the housing needs and what should is about addressed. >> the housing needs are growing and where do we meet the grouth growth. district 7 that there's a tendency for anywhere to say yes, we understand we need growth but don't change my neighborhood. i'm sorry for me, i feel like everywhere in san francisco needs to be
. with that comes up we give them information when that comes up. we don't believe that we should vary the time at 4:00. we don't think we should go any sooner. the park could be very dangerous at night when it's dark. there is lots of holes and the way the park is set up with the way the trees are and the bushes, it would be a safety issue for not only the officers and there is outreach people there and there is park dwellers that come upon us in the dark in the middle of night and we don't know what kind of reaction they would have towards us. we do think we can do more outreach in the early evening hours before it got dark but that would be before the dwellers are setting up their campment. at this time i would like to introduce mr. wong who is going to be taking over. >> you mentioned it wouldn't be a good idea to go to the park in the middle of night to do outreach because of the lack of daylight. there is a current legislation on the table proposing closing park for hours. i'm wonders ing if this is a recommendation for outreach for that time period what's the point of closure legislation if t
millions of people to suffer without health insurance. just because of their ideology. >> i don't want to defend all of it, but when they start talking about how the president oversold the ease of which it will come in, weren't they the guys who called the iraq war a cakewalk? just to remind people. what real oversales is about. >> one of the most important points i think todd makes in his excellent piece in politico is that the way this town used to work is that when a bill was passed, a big bill, a big program, you knew it would need tweaking along the way. you know, there were unintended consequences. sometimes you see what happens with regulations and tax code stuff. you have to go back in and make what are called technical fixes. back in the days of tip and gipper, maybe if you lost the fight you bring up a bill and say this is neutral to make this work better. you could get it past both sides. say we want the program to work. that can't happen now. so therefore obama and the executive -- >> explain why. because you can't get the votes to do anything in the senate. >> the republic
down to two major points. a lot of people don't have health insurance because they can't afford it so you have to have subsidies. that's what did you in massachusetts skpch massachusetts. and in order to make sure your risk pool is right, you have to have young and healthy people in it so that the people would be taken care of who are older and sicker. that's what you did. but here's what you said to meet the press back in 2007 about the mandate. i want to play it and get your reaction. >> i think you're going to find that when it's all said and done after all these states, laboratories and democracy get the chance to try their own plans, that those who follow the path we pursued will find it's the best path and we'll have a nation that takes the mandate approach. >> you don't believe all states shu should adopt this, but you do believe all states should take a mandate approach. if it's so good for massachusetts, what's wrong with taking it national? >> what i said there was precisely right, which was each state should be able to put in place the plan that works best for them, and if
apologized for unspecified mistakes. we don't know what he is taking full responsibility for. he made these allegations days after the police chief of toronto said that they have digital video that shows the mayor allegedly smoking crack cocaine. mayor ford addressed that and said that it should be made public. listen to what he had to say earlier today. i want the police chief bill blair to release this video for every single person in the city to see. whatever it shows people need to see it and people need to judge for themselves what they see on the video. page after page it blacked out but it showed him in a crack house with three alleged gang members. the logic must be that he's certain that he is not on there. even if he was smoking a people they don't know what was in that pipe. you would think that after they had asked for him to step down. that has gone up about five percent. it is a fascinating story. officer walked away and then came back to shoot him again. he died and now officials are trying to figure out if security changes needed there. they are looking at the security
there's a lot you don't know about the all-star panelist. syndicated columnist. harvard trained psychiatrist. and even occasional baseball analyst. we think you should even if the doctor has a different opinion. you are a little reticent when we started this project. what is your thought about all this? >> i don't like it. >> full disclosure. i have been trying to convince charles krauthammer to sit for an interview for some time. >> secretary kerry on the hill today -- >> not one where he simply shares his thoughts on news of the day. >> i suspect there's going to be another twist here. >> but one where he pulls back the curtain and reveals beyond the extraordinary writer and influential thinker, the life on an intensely private man. >> look. when i say i don't like it, i'm not averse of the spotlight. i'm not going to pretend somebody's on television every night doesn't enjoy it but when it comes to interior life, it is not very interesting to me. >> more disclosure. charles krauthammer is a colleague, and friend. but he only agreed to cooperate on a fox news reporting profile
over by a dumb looking blonde. >> host: do you editorialize in your book's? >> guest: no, i don't editorialize. i think every biographer and editorialize is in what you choose to put in. and, you know, every saint has a past and every sinner has a future. i really try and be, i try and show all sides. this is why i love biography, because you were telling the history of the time and you're trying to give a nuanced, complex picture which is what most people are. >> host: few women in history you right at that the power to stop the world simply by getting married. for five years the widow of john f. kennedy had been the house object of people's admiration and overwhelming gifts. >> guest: i wrote that in 1978. we're sitting here in 2013, and i would stand by that. >> host: did you like jackie kennedy on nasa's after you are finished? >> guest: yes. i think it to go into these books, if not liking her subject, respecting your subject. and i came out of that book with real respect for this woman. she was strong and she was a great mother. and she -- i didn't realize until years and
can the congress conclude an investigation if you don't have access to the people? >> senator lindsey graham only on "fox news sunday." with election day two days away we'll ask our panel how much trouble both parties are in. from our power player of the week. >> i knew from the second what had happened and why it happened. >> charles krauthammer opens up about his life-changing accident all right now on "fox news sunday." hello again from fox news in washington. it's been another tough week for obamacare, with continued problems on the government website and growing outrage over the hundreds of thousands of people whose policies are being canceled. in fact, healthcare.gov was down again for repairs overnight for at least 12 hours. are these just bumps in the road or signs of fundamental problems? we brought in two experts to debate what's really going on. james capretta, health care expert with the ethics and public policy center. dr. ezekiel emanuel is one of the architects oft obamacare. gentlemen, welcome to "fox news sunday." let's start with that pledge from the president when h
of this video so just thinking further, he says whatever it shows. he lant seen it? >> we don't know why he would be so hope about putting that video in public other than really to show torontoans, those in toronto, that this video is not out there. who knows what the defense is. whether or not he can defend himself even if there is vids owe of me smoking from a glass pipe, you don't really know what's in it. his approval ratings have gone up 5%. they just got a lot of su port rs, fred. he's got a lot of people that really like him. he's a very charming man. he's out in the public eye. he spends a lot of time with his constituents. he has this weekly radio program and he's got a lot of support there locally. >> thanks so much for bringing that to us. appreciate that. there are new details about that deadly shooting at lax. the suspected gunman fired at a tsa officer at point-blank range friday and came back to shoot him again. that tsa officer died. people who saw the terror unfold are now telling their stories. stephanie, what have you heard from people? >> reporter: the terrifying natetur
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